Voters rejected gerrymandering in 2018, but some lawmakers try to hold power

Anti-gerrymandering activists outside the Supreme Court in March, before the court heard arguments on a gerrymandering case. While the Supreme Court ultimately punted on deciding whether partisan gerrymandering was legal, the issue took on a political life of its own this year.
Anti-gerrymandering activists outside the Supreme Court in March, before the court heard arguments on a gerrymandering case. While the Supreme Court ultimately punted on deciding whether partisan gerrymandering was legal, the issue took on a political life of its own this year.